Gluten free bacon ranch pasta salad. I have always loved Suddenly Salad's Bacon & Ranch Pasta.they ain't got nothing on you Wilemon! I used a chopped roma tomato because that's what I had on hand, & I'm not a big fan of garlic powder so I subbed fresh minced garlic. This cold pasta salad is gluten free because it uses heart of palm noodles in place of traditional bowtie pasta.
This Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad might have a little edge on the tuna salad because it is loaded with bacon and ranch seasoning. Obviously, there are three can't miss ingredients right in the Get family friendly recipes delivered straight to your inbox for FREE! This delicious pasta salad has all the familiar flavors of chicken, bacon and ranch. You can have Gluten free bacon ranch pasta salad using 6 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Gluten free bacon ranch pasta salad
- Prepare 12 oz of package gluten free rotini.
- You need 8 oz of frozen peas.
- It’s 1 cup of matchstick carrots.
- Prepare 2/3 cup of Hidden Valley light Ranch dressing.
- You need 1/3 cup of mayonnaise.
- Prepare 1 1/2 oz of Hormel Applewood smoked bacon bits.
Yoghurt is substituted for the traditional mayonnaise in this recipe. Pasta salad should be refrigerated for an hour before serving to allow flavors to meld together. A perfect gluten-free creamy potato salad for your next cookout or family get together. A summer classic that everyone will love!
Gluten free bacon ranch pasta salad instructions
- Cook pasta according to package directions..
- Put frozen peas in colander and drain cooked pasta on top..
- Put peas and pasta in a large bowl and add remaining ingredients.
- Refrigerate over night before serving..
I love the bacon ranch flavor combination! With all of the loaded baked potato toppings, it makes a super flavorful chunky potato salad! This Bacon Ranch Vegan Pasta Salad is going to be your new favorite dish to bring potlucks and parties. If you need it to be gluten free, make sure to find gluten free tempeh and use gluten free pasta. Bacon and ranch belong together—it's indisputable.